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Thais allowed six cannabis plants per household under draft law

Thais allowed six cannabis plants per household under draft law

14.9.2019

Thais allowed six cannabis plants per household under draft law

A party in Thailand 's ruling coalition has proposed a draft law that would allow Thais to grow a limited amount of cannabis at home, less than a ...

Under Thailand's current drug laws, recreational users of cannabis can incur tough penalties, including up to 10 years in prison for possession and hefty fines.

A senior lawmaker in the Bhumjaithai Party, third-largest partner in the coalition and in charge of the health ministry, said the draft law would allow up to six marijuana plants per household. Cannabis is still a drug under Thai law.

He said the law could be passed in six months after November when parliament reopens if there was enough government support.

The Food and Drug Administration announced this month a cannabis business workshop as public and investor interest heighten after the policy was introduced.

Read more: CNA

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